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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage

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Cooler Master goes all-in when it comes to RGB lighting with the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage. This latest all-in-one liquid cooler comes with an illuminated, transparent pump design alongside a healthy assortment of lighting modes to go with its low-noise operation and solid performance.

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I like this AIO the exposed impeller with the water gives you a little bit sense of custom water cooling loop. it is just eye catchting thing i know nothing more

I may consider this AIO my single 140mm H90 is becoming old.

Excellent review crazyeyesreaper !
 
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Personally, I wouldn't spend money on a mirage...
 
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no mentions of your software suite that users may use is a no-no coz not everyone knows where to find them OR this is just CM assuming every one is a smart builder...
 
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AIO= Money Grab by the company.
 
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Seeing that the dual tower Noctua beats most liquid coolers, I just don't see any reason to buy a tacky and noisy liquid cooler. I don't know what happened to designing those things but they remind me of 2006.
 
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At $159.99 this is a cash grab. The Deepcool Captain 240 is just as good and about 65% of the price. The thing that bugs me about most mainstream coolers is that they are using Asetek. In my own testing I have found that units like the Alphacool Eisbaer and even the older now Cooler Master Nepton 280 (Unbelievable price) work much better than any other Asetek based AIO. On top of that Noctua hit it out the park with their 14s and 12S coolers which are very much on par with Asetek AIOs, often for less money.



 
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